Ashabona teaches Arabic and geography through interactive educational games. Students choose from a number of reading and comprehension exercises, as well as creative writing and educational games. Teachers can use the platform to assess skill acquisition and track performance of their students.
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Beanstalk provides interactive pre-primary video lessons, developed by early childhood development specialists. Lessons cover a wide range of subjects and are meant for home learning. Beanstalk is offering an extended free trial during the COVID outbreak.
BlocksCAD teaches math and computer science skills using a specialized 3D CAD (computer-aided drafting) software. A block-based coding platform allows students to create and manipulate 3D objects while using geometry and computational thinking skills. BlocksCAD support teachers by providing a comprehensive curriculum with detailed lessons. Schools closed during COVID-19 can have full access to a […]
BYJU’s is a learning application with large repositories of educational content tailored for different grades and learning levels. Launched in 2015, BYJU’S offers personalised, curriculum-aligned learning programmes for classes 1 – 12 (K-12). Adaptive, iterative assessments help identify gaps in understanding and recommend appropriate videos to supplement learning.
Canvas network provides a catalogue of free virtual courses for teachers in order to support lifelong learning and professional development. Courses offered include a wide range of subject areas and allow for learners to take learning at their own pace.
Cell-Ed is a cloud-based training and communications platform that delivers learning content to basic mobile devices (no internet required). Content includes personalised and customisable courses, surveys, assessments. Learners listen to audio lessons and respond via text to show comprehension or talk and text with automated and live coaches. Learner engagement, progress and completion is tracked […]
Century provides personal learning pathways for learners through curated lessons to address gaps in knowledge and pinpoint and address misconceptions for individual learners. The platform also provides teachers with performance tracking, automated marking, and recommendation on when students need additional support. Parents, caretakers, and school administrators can also receive feedback on their learners performance.
ClassDojo connects teachers with students and parents in virtual classroom communities. Teachers can share messages and content through “class story” (a classroom-wide feed) and are also able to provide individual feedback on student performance to learners and parents directly. Students can create learning portfolios using photos and videos. These features can be used to disseminate […]
Code it! is a website which teaches basic programming concepts through online courses, live webinars and other kid-friendly material. Code it! is designed for independent learning at home, as well as for use at school. It uses gamification to make content engaging. Online courses and webinars are designed for children from the age of 9. […]
EU Code Week celebrates creativity, problem solving and collaboration through programming and other tech activities. It aims to make programming more visible, show learners how to bring ideas to life with code, and demystify coding. EU Code Week is fully volunteer-run and was launched in 2013. It contains a list of online resources to teach […]